1. vulcanism's Avatar
    how about the battery life?.is there any negative issue of the battery?
    02-01-2014 03:51 PM
  2. fb2's Avatar
    how about the battery life?.is there any negative issue of the battery?
    I don't know if it's true, but the Dev and some people said changing the animation speed won't change anything because the phone will actually do the same, it won't speed up your system. But I'm not sure if Nitrous affects the battery life. I'm not even sure if Nitrous really works, everyone says it's awesome and there are a lot of videos and pictures of speed tests, but I never really tested it. Nonetheless it's always installed xD (somehow ignorant)
    02-01-2014 06:27 PM
  3. sherlock's Avatar
    I don't know if it's true, but the Dev and some people said changing the animation speed won't change anything because the phone will actually do the same, it won't speed up your system. But I'm not sure if Nitrous affects the battery life. I'm not even sure if Nitrous really works, everyone says it's awesome and there are a lot of videos and pictures of speed tests, but I never really tested it. Nonetheless it's always installed xD (somehow ignorant)
    I'm wondering how you could really tell for sure if Nitrous is doing anything and what apps it's accelerating. I thought it was just for web apps?
    02-02-2014 11:13 AM
  4. fb2's Avatar
    Accelerate just speeds up the animation, but you have a little "lag" (if you want to call it lag) after the animations is done, but the app is not open (just a example). On iOS6 it looks awesome, but on iOS7 it's looks ugly because the stock animations and their speed are cool (just my opinion). Everyone has to decide himself/herself which speed looks good

    Not just web apps, also apps which use this web app windows structure (WebKit) like Google Chrome, Facebook App etc. (if I'm thinking right).
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    02-02-2014 11:36 AM
  5. Kashan Osama's Avatar
    Accelerate just speeds up the animation, but you have a little "lag" (if you want to call it lag) after the animations is done, but the app is not open (just a example). On iOS6 it looks awesome, but on iOS7 it's looks ugly because the stock animations and their speed are cool (just my opinion). Everyone has to decide himself/herself which speed looks good

    Not just web apps, also apps which use this web app windows structure (WebKit) like Google Chrome, Facebook App etc. (if I'm thinking right).

    exactlyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    02-03-2014 03:25 AM
  6. fb2's Avatar
    Here's a little more useful explanation

    It's mostly useful for web-oriented apps that load JavaScript from the internet, but lots of apps are also built using JavaScript that is actually stored and run on the device, and Nitrous will speed those up too.

    This is particularly true for apps built using cross-platform frameworks like PhoneGap, so that only one app needs to be developed for both iOS and Android. Some examples are here: http://phonegap.com/app/
    02-04-2014 03:35 AM
  7. djg21's Avatar
    I had to dial back accelerate significantly in order to stream video using my TimeWarner App. If I kept Accelerate at Ferrari or a Cheetah, the video stream would stall and lock up. Turning it back to only a slightly faster than normal setting solved the problem.


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    02-04-2014 09:40 PM
  8. MustangLife's Avatar
    Nitrous in the description only effects JavaScript in Chrome and FaceBook to equal the speed of safari. Accelerate says it works best on ios 6 and doesn't even say anything about ios 7 and hasn't been updated. So Nitrous is probably worthless unless your using chrome and want to speed up Facebook mobile.

    NoSlowAnimations is made for ios 7 and does the same as accelerate it just speeds up animations.
    FakeClockup does the same as the above two. Has not been released officially for ios7 but has been confirmed to be working fine on it.

    I wish Ioverclock would be released for ios 7 it was the only true overclock the device app I know but this was back in the ios 4 and 5 days. Speed Intensifier is another one I forgot before I had my recent lag issues after a bad move with a wrongly spelled repo I stacked noslowanimations with speed intensifier and my IP4 was running and loading fast fast like a 4S or a 5 in comparison
    02-05-2014 11:16 PM
  9. fb2's Avatar
    Nitrous in the description only effects JavaScript in Chrome and FaceBook to equal the speed of safari. Accelerate says it works best on ios 6 and doesn't even say anything about ios 7 and hasn't been updated. So Nitrous is probably worthless unless your using chrome and want to speed up Facebook mobile.

    NoSlowAnimations is made for ios 7 and does the same as accelerate it just speeds up animations.
    FakeClockup does the same as the above two. Has not been released officially for ios7 but has been confirmed to be working fine on it.

    I wish Ioverclock would be released for ios 7 it was the only true overclock the device app I know but this was back in the ios 4 and 5 days. Speed Intensifier is another one I forgot before I had my recent lag issues after a bad move with a wrongly spelled repo I stacked noslowanimations with speed intensifier and my IP4 was running and loading fast fast like a 4S or a 5 in comparison
    That's not completely true, it's not just for the Chrome and Facebook app, it also speed up up a lot of other apps too. The description I posted before wasn't somewhere from internet, it's from the developer himself. I just asked him what the tweak really does and which apps get the speed up. Obviously he can't create a list of all apps which gets a speed up, but that's a summery:

    It's mostly useful for web-oriented apps that load JavaScript from the internet, but lots of apps are also built using JavaScript that is actually stored and run on the device, and Nitrous will speed those up too.

    This is particularly true for apps built using cross-platform frameworks like PhoneGap, so that only one app needs to be developed for both iOS and Android. Some examples are here: http://phonegap.com/app/
    02-06-2014 10:52 AM
  10. johnboysupergolf's Avatar
    Nitrous in the description only effects JavaScript in Chrome and FaceBook to equal the speed of safari. Accelerate says it works best on ios 6 and doesn't even say anything about ios 7 and hasn't been updated. So Nitrous is probably worthless unless your using chrome and want to speed up Facebook mobile.

    NoSlowAnimations is made for ios 7 and does the same as accelerate it just speeds up animations.
    FakeClockup does the same as the above two. Has not been released officially for ios7 but has been confirmed to be working fine on it.

    I wish Ioverclock would be released for ios 7 it was the only true overclock the device app I know but this was back in the ios 4 and 5 days. Speed Intensifier is another one I forgot before I had my recent lag issues after a bad move with a wrongly spelled repo I stacked noslowanimations with speed intensifier and my IP4 was running and loading fast fast like a 4S or a 5 in comparison
    I'm running noslowanimations on an ipad air ios 7.0.4
    Whhhoooooosssshhhhhh.
    One of the beet cydia tweaks I've seen since the start of the j/b scene.


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    02-27-2014 09:35 AM
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